ARSENAL secured their second league title in three years, finishing with just one defeat, the best record of any champion club since Preston North End in 1889. Unlike in 1989, however, when Arsenal won their first title since 1971, the success of the Gunners seemed far less celebrated, with many onlookers suggesting that Liverpool had lost the championship rather than the outcome being a reflection of Arsenal’s superiority. Certainly, Arsenal capitalised on the dramatic resignation by Liverpool’s manager, Kenny Dalglish, who resigned in February 1991 after a 4-4 FA Cup tie with Everton. Liverpool., who had been setting the pace all season, were three points clear of second-placed Arsenal at the time. Arsenal made two significant signings in the summer of 1990, acquiring the…